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, then more money and investment will not produce better results. we have to fix the laws and policies that govern how schools are run and whether or not we're putting kids interests before adults' interest, and only after we fix those laws and policies will then an additional investment result in better outcomes for kids. john: fixes it means competition. your group got laws passed in that direction lifting the charter cap in mieshz. bliewk to you. thank you, michelle rhee. >> thank you. john: one who says she has evil is joe del grosso. at the top of the show, he was in a meeting attacking charter schools and also doesn't like for-profit competition. >> market driven education belongs on wall street, not broad street. john: you got a lot of applause for that, joe, thank you for joining us. >> yes. john: bob bowdon, made a movie calmed "the cartel," saying you're a cartel like a conspiracy of people trying to keep prices up, competition out. >> no. you're wrong about that. why keep competition away? >> you said it on the clip saying if it's market driven, it's bad. >> no, i said that
: lawmakers in colorado are debating a string of tough new gun laws this weekend. gun control an emotional issue for that state after last summer's movie theater massacre in aurora and school shooting at columbine. this is shaping up to be a close one and it could have a big impact on gun laws all across the country. dominic is live in los angeles with more on this story. >> reporter: you bet. the question is how much consensus to adopt these measures or will they make the rules from scratch. despite the debate yesterday they have begun in earnest when the husband of a former congresswoman gabrielle giffords laid the issues of background checks. >> we can't give criminals and mentally ill and buying a gun without a background check. it doesn't make any sense. it's like having two lines at the airport. here is one where you have to go through security and here is the one with no security. which one is the terrorist going to choose? >> reporter: and here what got advance today a final scheduled vote on monday. universal background checks, searches between private individuals and sales online
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about a new law. bring people in. >> the problem as we become so dependent. we really are hostage to a continuing and it may not. fertility rates to drop in worldwide coming to the central and south america. mexico is that the replacement rate now and falling fast. john: and singapore the government gives cash bonuses to mothers who have more babies. >> yes,. john: as a work? >> not really. it works a little bit, but it does not work enough. we were doing interviews in singapore and asking young women , or whatever you'd have a kid. we get up to a million dollars and we give up. she wasn't going to have a kid no matter how much because she sang, over time that is going to cost more than a million. what's a negative and hassle. john: why should we believe you to doomsayer's any more than the population bomb. there are too many babies. regarding everyone out, which is what i was taught in college. total nonsense. maybe this is not correct. >> we're just raising the issue. we have a problem. it can be a very serious long-term problem. had we address it? a society, like japan. by 2015
, what happened to the house? >> the bedroom floor just collapsed and my brother-in-law is in there underneath the house. >> gregg: engineers say they may need to demolish the entire house. several homes evacuated out of fear that the surrounding area is also unstable. >> heather: very scary. princeton university is staging a unique giveaway for a new development project. the ivy league school is giving away seven victorian homes for free with charming features like exterior scroll molding and quite the deal, right? but it does come with a catch. molly is live from princeton, new jersey. what is the catch? >> reporter: of course, there is a catch. princeton does not deliver. if you want one of these houses, you have to stop by and literally and take it off campus. they want to put a train station here, a new facility for their art department and to do that they need to get the seven houses off their property. you are welcome to come by and pick one up. old homes, most hundred years old and not in the best condition. some of them have been gutted inside. you can see a lot
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